Upon arrival at Yangon airport, we will whisk you off to our hotel. This late afternoon, we will visit to Shwedagon Pagoda the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar. Local legend states that th...Show More
After breakfast, we board our flight to Heho and then enjoy a scenic one-hour drive to Nyaung Shwe. We jump on our bikes and visit Nampan to check out the local market and then board a boat to cr...Show More
Today we will make our way up to Kalaw. Along the way, we stop at the wooden Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery which features beautiful carvings and a collection of Buddha images, before we start with a cl...Show More
Today we cycle down from the former British hill station of Kalaw in the Shan hills to the flattened roads of the Ayerwaddy Valley. The scenery and climate will change today as we leave the highe...Show More
This morning is a scenic ride to Mt Popa, an extinct volcano standing at over 1500 meters and which Buddhists believe to be home to Burmese spirits. The countryside road is peaceful with light tr...Show More
After breakfast, start with an easy bike down from our hotel to the base of Mt. Popa. From here we can jump off the bike and climb the almost 900 stairs to the top of Popa Taung Kalat. From the t...Show More
Our last day on the bike is an easy one. After breakfast at the hotel, we bike around the plains of Bagan, visiting a mix of villages, markets and of course temples. We will visit a local fresh p...Show More
Today we will take you to Nyaung U airport for a flight back to Yangon where we will leave you to explore Yangon for your onward departure from Myanmar.
If you're looking for an authentic Asian experience, cycling in the land of the golden spires offers awe-inspiring scenery, fascinating history and astonishing natural beauty. From the sparkling waters of Inle Lake and the stilt houses and floating gardens that sit atop the water, to gigantic centuries old Buddhas and temples, cycling in Myanmar offers an experience like no other.
Be patient with a young tourism industry and a country only open for travel, and you will be rewarded with a mystical, beautiful and fascinating cycling holiday.
Although Myanmar has two distinct weather seasons, you can cycle in Myanmar at any time of the year. Myanmar's dry season runs from October to May and the wet season from June to early October. March to June is usually the hottest of the year and the colder months follow the end of the rainy season, from October to December.